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WCHP students make more than 350 masks for fellow Eagles

Sewing isn’t a skill that radiation therapy student Daniel Clark expected to learn during his time as a student at Georgia Southern University, much less in his academic program. But when the COVID-19 pandemic altered the 2020 academic landscape, he and six classmates had to pivot to fulfill the community service component of their management and leadership course in the Waters College of Health Professions Radiation Therapy program.

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New scholarship fund honors Senator Jack Hill

A scholarship fund has been established to honor the late Senator Jack Hill, a distinguished Georgia Southern University alumnus and revered public servant who served 30 years in the Georgia Legislature.

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Georgia Southern lands contract to help launch U.S. Naval Community College

Georgia Southern lands contract to help launch U.S. Naval Community College

Georgia Southern University has won the opportunity for a future contract with the U.S. Navy to help expand educational opportunities for active duty Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen. The University is among 119 colleges from across the country that were selected to provide distance and online learning curriculum and courses to the military members.

Georgia Southern Department of Sociology and Anthropology helps close digital divide in Bulloch County

The Georgia Southern University Department of Sociology and Anthropology is partnering with the Willow Hill Heritage and Renaissance Center (WHHRC) in Portal, Georgia, to help families in Bulloch County get access to technology and the internet., Participants who need to access the internet during the COVID-19 pandemic will check out and use equipment at an outdoor facility with tables, electricity and fans.

Georgia Southern student from Nigeria passionate about community service in new home

Tolulope “Tolu” Ojo, a biology graduate student at Georgia Southern University, has found her home away from home in Statesboro. Because of her personal belief that community service begins at home, Tolu is a frequent participant in community service events sponsored by the Office of Leadership and Community Engagement.